tutti-frutti


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tut·ti-frut·ti

 (to͞o′tē-fro͞o′tē)
n. pl. tut·ti-frut·tis
1. A confection, especially ice cream, containing a variety of chopped and usually candied fruits.
2. A flavoring simulating the flavor of many fruits.
adj.
Having a combination of fruit flavors.

[Italian : tutti, pl. of tutto, all + frutti, pl. of frutto, fruit.]

tutti-frutti

(ˈtuːtɪˈfruːtɪ)
npl -fruttis
1. (Cookery) an ice cream or a confection containing small pieces of candied or fresh fruits
2. (Cookery) a preserve of chopped mixed fruits, often with brandy syrup
3. (Cookery) a flavour like that of many fruits combined
adj
(Cookery) having such a flavour
[from Italian, literally: all the fruits]

tut•ti-frut•ti

(ˈtu tiˈfru ti)

n.
1. a confection, esp. ice cream, flavored with a variety of fruits, usu. candied and minced.
2. a synthetic flavoring combining the flavors of a variety of fruits.
[1830–35, Amer.; < Italian: literally, all the fruits]

tutti-frutti

Small pieces of candied mixed fruits, fresh or dried, added to ice-cream.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tutti-frutti - ice cream containing chopped candied fruitstutti-frutti - ice cream containing chopped candied fruits
ice cream, icecream - frozen dessert containing cream and sugar and flavoring
Translations

tutti-frutti

[ˌtʊtɪˈfrʊtɪ] N (tutti-fruttis (pl)) → tutti-frutti m

tutti-frutti

n (= ice cream)Tuttifrutti nt
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